Here is an interesting recipe. Try it and you’ll see you like it!
Here are two ways to enjoy noodles almadine.Bet you can’t just try one version!
There’s more to Christmas Trees than Christmas!
Amaze your friends with these facinating facts!
Salads, beans, carrots, pine nuts, corns, lettuce leaves, tomatoes, oil, health, onions, garlic.
Pine nuts are seeds that grow within the pinecones of several pine trees. Each pine tree produces a different nut. The piñon pine which grows in the U.S. southwest produces seeds that have a subtle, sweet flavor. These nuts can be enjoyed plain, roasted as a snack, combined in a pasta dressing, and in desserts and soups. Though piñon nuts can be purchased de-shelled, it is best to peel them just before using, as piñon nuts have a high fat content and turn rancid easily. You must extract piñon nuts from the thick pinecone shell before using. Take advantage of the heat from the sun to easily dislodge the piñon nuts from the cone.
400 g pumpkin
100 g of olives
50 g bacon, diced
40 g pine nuts
a sprig of mint
a small bunch of parsley
extra virgin olive oil